Kyrgyzstan ratifies accord on Collective Security Treaty military cooperation
Kabar news agency
28 Oct 04
Bishkek, 28 October: Kyrgyz President Askar Akayev has signed the
law ratifying the agreement on the basic principles of military
and technical cooperation between the Collective Security Treaty
Organization [CSTO] member states of 15 May 1992.
The presidential press service says that now the Kyrgyz Interior
Ministry should inform the secretariat of the Collective Security
Council that Kyrgyzstan has fulfilled the internal procedures which
are necessary for the agreement to come into force.
Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Armenia [and Tajikistan]
are the CSTO member states.